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coastercrazy - Jan 01 2018 04:19 AM
Happy New Year everyone! Hard to believe I joined this website back in 2005. :O /CC
An Animated Movie?
VeggieT - Oct 04 2017 06:00 PM
I'm glad North Korea was able to thwart this...
Does Anywone Have Rct Modified?
nicman - Aug 29 2017 12:43 AM
nv, i got a copy from someone.
Does Anywone Have Rct Modified?
nicman - Aug 27 2017 11:41 PM
Hello everyone, first time poster to this site. I am looking for rct modified v1.3 as all the lin...
Rct2 Stopped Working
janisozaur - Aug 15 2017 11:15 PM
You could give OpenRCT2 a try.
'Rollercoaster Tycoon' riding to the screen for Sony Pictures Animation (exclusive)
Sony is getting into the roller-coaster theme park business … sort of.
Sony Pictures Animation has pre-emptively picked up rights to the Atari video game “Rollercoaster Tycoon.” Harald Zwart is spearheading the development of the big-screen adaptation as a possible directing project and will executive produce.
David Ronn and Jay Scherick, who penned the upcoming Kevin James comedy “The Zookeeper,” are attached to write what will be a live-action/CGI hybrid.
The “Tycoon” franchise, created by Chris Sawyer, is a popular series of computer games that simulate a combination of designing roller coasters and amusement park management. Each game challenges players with open-ended amusement park management and development while allowing them to construct and customize their own unique roller coasters.
The games are popular in the PC world, generating more than $300 million in sales and giving Atari bragging rights for having the third-best-selling PC title of all time in the U.S.
Atari’s Jim Wilson will exec produce with Nick Reed and Zwart.
Zwart directed Sony’s “The Karate Kid,” the upcoming remake of the 1980s classic that is produced by Will Smith and stars his son Jaden Smith.
In addition to working on “Zookeeper,” Ronn and Scherick are writing “The Smurfs” for Sony Animation. They also are in production on a pilot for ABC titled “Southern Discomfort,” starring Don Johnson and Mary Steenburgen.
Zwart, Ronn, Scherick and Atari are repped by ICM, which packaged the project.
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Hello everyone, first time poster to this site. I am looking for rct modified v1.3 as all the links are dead and I would really like it to try it out and examine the program. So if anyone has it, could you send it to me please.
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I upgraded my pc to windows 8.1 earlier this year. My games were working fine on it(RCT2, SimCity4, etc., all cd versions), however, now I get the following message: "the ordinal 1 could not be located". I have tried reinstalling it, but to no avail. Can someone please help me get my game running again?
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I was looking through old archive disks for parks to play on open RCT2. In the process of which I found a lot of old RCT2 files, including the entire source code for 8 Cars per Trainer. Back around 2007, I thought about posting a lot of my source code online, but didn't have the space for it. Now it is easy to do so with the cloud storage on Google Drive. I went ahead and posted all of the stuff in my archive. You can now browse my master RCT2 folder and explore.
Things you may find include:
- Full source code for the 8cars trainer and many of my other utilties, including the failed SV426 park converter. Also Includes:
- A blank park maker that I tried to use for debugging parks created by SV426
- Source code for Rct2lib.dll, a library used by many of my distributed utilities
- ParkDat source and release versions
- Landmark Maker (large scenery) source and release versions.
- Palette maker executables and sample BMP files, but no source.
- All my RCT2 parks of note, many of which are filled with guests and ready for play in OpenRCT2, including
- An unfinished park with a medieval theme called Medieval Tales, which has a single Camelot themed area and a cool dueling coaster
- Cactus Mesa, a traditional Amusement park set in the southwestern desert
- Rival Land, a park based on college football
- The Great Outdoors and The Continents, two VP runner-up parks with identical layouts in a "Johnland" series
- The popular Back to the Future park with its RCT2-unfriendly paths. This park was originally going to be a team deal with the shortlived RCT Golden.
- recreations of Six Flags over Georgia and Knott's Berry Farm
- some small contest and experimental parks
- Sagalax, a sci-fi, story-driven park heavily 'borrowing' from Star Wars, but with my own spin; also a VP runner-up; instead of paths between themed areas, you have to ride a space ship down a starfield corridor.
- Sunset Bay, one of the first parks that I started on, and one of the last that I finished. Started in 2003, finished in 2007.
- Ride projects including the ones I made for the Sagalax park
- A giant tech folder including spreadsheets on many RCT1&2 formats, scratch pads where you can see my process for finding data areas, and dumps from file comparing utilities I made for the express purpose of examining changes in files and memory based on simple edits in RCT2.
- Personal information that I carelessly left in the folders before uploading (I hope not)